Foiled but not vanquished, the villainous Nightshade and her crew of mercenaries have gone to ground, hiding while they rebuild and preparing to loose new terrors on the city in the name of their Nazi paymasters. Can Kit Baxter lead the fight as the Flying Squirrel? Will John Archer's grief and rage prevent him from wearing the mask of the Red Panda? The answers lie within... The Trojan Horse!
The badlands of the city have long been a wilderness to which the faint of heart do not travel. Those condemned by circumstance to live within their borders step lively, watch their backs, and take nothing for granted. But now those unlucky citizens are disappearing at an alarming rate; sinking into the night without apparent cause. Can the Red Panda and the Flying Squirrel stem the tide, or is Toronto doomed to become a... City of the Dead?
Even while the world is being pulled apart at the seams, there is still a city that needs her champions. Criminals are creatures of opportunity, and never let a little thing like a world at war slow them down. Thwarting evil, protecting the innocent and maybe, just maybe, saving one trusted agent along the way. For the man in the mask, it’s all part of… The Milk Run!
A seemingly impossible crime, left unfinished just before the moment of triumph. On the floor, a single clue, a sheet of paper left blank and unsigned. Can this be a token that one of the Red Panda's deadliest enemies has returned? And if so, why did the villain shy away from the coup de grace? And who is the sinister face behind the Case of the Missing Muse?
If an unspeakable, nameless horror from beyond this world were suddenly nowhere to be found, that couldn't possibly be a bad thing, could it? Unless of course, one wanted to get particular about it and wonder... if it isn't where it was supposed to be, just where the heck is it? If they are to find out, the Red Panda and the Flying Squirrel must face... The Darkness Beyond!
Even after a decade of fighting the never-ending battle between good and evil, the fog of war sometimes becomes impossibly thick. The loss and grief of a world torn apart at the seams becomes impenetrable, and evey moment becomes a new battlefield, a new fight against impossible odds. At times like these, even a hero can be left... Flying Blind.
Trapped in Berlin, with winter coming fast, its easy to feel like the war is no bigger than a half a dozen people and the dangerous path they walk. But with the skies of Europe full of mysterious Nazi planes unlike anything the world has ever seen, the Allies' best hope might be a rag-tag band of escapees, and a mysterious secret agent. Can they act in time to stop... Murder From The Skies?
A war is made of many battles, some vast in scope, encompassing borders and armies and forces beyond the comprehension of ordinary men. But perhaps the most vital battles are won and lost within, and if that battle cannot be won, Parker's Rangers won't be making it out of... Thunder Valley!
Lt. August Fenwick hasn't been doing that badly, for a useless fop dropped in the middle of a battlefield. Together with the rest of Parker's Rangers he has become an important pawn in the long game of Allied Command in occupied Europe. Some days he has almost come to believe that he understands the world and his place in it. Almost. But can any of that survive a trip to the Island of the Damned?